Washington Society of Landscape Painters records
The records of the Washington Society of Landscape Painters measure 1 linear foot and date from 1917 to 2000. The collection documents the activities of the society through scrapbooks, general records, printed matter, correspondence, and photographs.
James Hamilton letters
Two letters to "Mr. MacKenzie," one regarding a landscape painting by Hamilton "in the Academy."
Edward H. Potthast scrapbooks
Scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, catalogs, biographical information, bibliographical information, and correspondence.
Walter Clark papers
Three sketchbooks containing landscape drawings in pastel, two of which are identified as Brookhaven, Long Island, 1890-1895 and 1893-1895; photographs of Clark and of his works of art; a medal awarded to Clark by the National Academy of Design, 1902; and an exhibition catalog, "Artists and East Hampton," 1976.
Edmund Darch Lewis sketches
Loose sketches and 13 volumes of sketchbooks. The sketchbooks contain landscape drawings in pencil and oil. Many are signed and dated, and some include manuscript notes on color.
Barse Miller slides and printed material
Biographical information; lists of art work and magazine clippings regarding Miller's service during WWII in a South Pacific Combat Artists Unit, 1942-1945; 39 slides of Miller's paintings, 1930-1973; and 11 exhibition catalogs and announcements, 1961-1977;.
Charles Sarnoff papers
Correspondence and research materials relating to his research about William Louis Sonntag, including a taped interview with direct descendants of Sonntag and drafts of Sarnoff's unpublished work on him.
Henry Singlewood Bisbing letters
Two letters to Bisbing, one from a young lady, the other regarding portraiture.
Thomas Hicks letter
One letter to I. Lorimer Graham a fellowship group circulars.